Daily Fantasy Gives the NCAA a Gambling Problem

If daily fantasy is a "skill," why can't college students compete?

What they play for.

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The four major sports leagues have taken a fairly hypocritical stance on gambling, mostly holding firm in their opposition to widespread legalization while investing huge dollars in daily fantasy sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel. The NCAA finds itself caught in the middle of it all.

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